An evening with Bernard Hickey - 10th May


I believe that people make better decisions especially when it comes to property when they are better informed. 

With this in mind who better to invite to share his thoughts as to property market trends than Bernard Hickey. 

Bernard is a financial commentator who keeps a close eye on the economic and political drivers for housing. He regularly appears on television and radio to analyse the outlook for supply and demand for housing, including for the key markets in Auckland.

Thanks to all of those who came along to listen to Bernard's presentation @ The Vic. It was a highly enjoyable time and I believe of great value to better appreciate the key analytics that drive Bernard's thinking that we are living in times which bode well for NZ.

For those who are interested, here is the full slide deck from the evening, including some more slides that Bernard did not have time to go through as well as a video I made. Apologies for the low volume at the start of the video as I make my opening remarks, as you get into Bernard's session the sound is higher.

Devonport Heritage Evening : 5th April

I am a member of Devonport Heritage and am very pleased to contribute in this way to the preservation of our local heritage. Key to the role of this voluntary organisation, is building awareness of what is going on in our area with regard to the heritage of our built environment.

Quarterly we put on a presentation evening. The next one is to be held on Thursday 5th April at the Yacht Club on King Edward Parade. It's open to everyone and entry is free with a Koha opportunity.

Here are the details; of personal interest is the presentation I am doing on 'our street' - Buchanan Street.